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  • Mini-Steps and Milestones: A History of Services for Young Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

    Mini-Steps and Milestones: A History of Services for Young Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

    The present is a product of the past. You have to know where you've been to understand where you are, and where you should be going. To help us understand where we've been, Dr. Virginia Bishop has compiled a history of services to blind and visually impaired infants and preschoolers. This book provides solid informational background of how we arrived where we are today, and serves as a reminder to all of us that we have a rich heritage of serving children, birth to five. This history chronicles the evolution of services and depicts the legacy of the leaders in our field.

    $25.00

  • The Opportunity to Be Equal, the Right to Be Different by Dr. Phil Hatlen

    The Opportunity to Be Equal, the Right to Be Different by Dr. Phil Hatlen

    Dr. Hatlen recounts his personal journey in the field of education of students with visual impairments. In this insightful book, the reader gets a first-hand look at his life's work and the core convictions that drove his professional career. He shares his viewpoints on various topics that we face each day in working with students with blindness and visual impairments. In addition, he gives an historical account of the events that have shaped our field, and he leaves us with issues to consider for our future. Some of the areas Dr. Hatlen discusses are: * Educational Needs of Blind and Visually Impaired Children * Placement * The Expanded Core Curriculum * Braille * Orientation and Mobility * Students with Multiple Impairments * Mentors and Peers

    $35.00

  • TAPS (Teaching Age-Appropriate Purposeful Skills): An Orientation & Mobility Curriculum for Students with Visual Impairments (O&M Curriculum and Assessment) 4 part set

    TAPS (Teaching Age-Appropriate Purposeful Skills): An Orientation & Mobility Curriculum for Students with Visual Impairments (O&M Curriculum and Assessment) 4 part set

    For orientation and mobility specialists who serve students ages 3 to 21 who may also have other impairments. This curriculum includes goals, objectives, and teaching strategies as well as functional mobility tasks, for the following environments: home/living, campus, residential, commercial and public transportation, as well as an ambulatory devices section. The four-part set also includes an accompanying O&M evaluation, extensive appendices containing a wide range of O&M related topics, and a supplement that details street crossing strategies.

    $90.00

  • TAPS Assessment and Ongoing Evaluation

    TAPS Assessment and Ongoing Evaluation

    The spiral bound evaluation booklet (118 pp.) is intended for use with an individual student throughout his or her school years.

    $20.00

  • TAPS, 3rd Edition, Supplemental Flash Drive

    TAPS, 3rd   Edition, Supplemental Flash Drive

    This flash drive contains evaluation tools, a report template, and other supplementary materials to be used when evaluating and providing instruction to individual students.

    $30.00

  • UN's the One - Uncontracted Braille Curriculum - PRIMARY Teacher Manual and Student Activity Materials

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    Un's The One is a comprehensive program for teaching uncontracted braille. The sequence for introducing the braille configurations has been organized into 16 clusters of letters, numerals, punctuation, and special signs, with the last cluster devoted to reading practice. Also included in this curriculum are a Pre-Braille Assessment, a Braille checklist and ideas for games.

    $160.00